Kyle Alperstein graduated from Franklin High School in 2016 and participated in Mock Trial during his high school years.
What’s His Favorite Mock Trial Memory?
“My favorite memory of mock trial was during sophomore year. That was my first year on the team and I was just a backup. I get to school the morning of a match and I am told by someone to see Mr. Lambert ASAP. I find out that morning that I need to substitute for someone who is ill. I then spend most of my day with Mrs. Lambert and the attorney I’d be working with learning a direct, how to deal with cross for this witness, and learning the affidavit backwards and forwards. We then get to the match that evening and we win the round!” – Kyle
What’s He Doing Now?
Kyle is currently in a sophomore studying music education at Shenandoah Conservatory with an emphasis in instrumental music and cello. He also founded and direct the Shenandoah Conservatory Cello Ensemble.
What Are His Plans for the Future?
Alladin is working for a career in intelligence or translation for the United States government, specifically in counterterrorism or intelligence analysis.
Kyle is planning to graduate college in 2021 and then begin his teaching career. Between now and then he will be putting on many more performances and recitals and developing his skills as a musician teacher.